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now at seven --- a well know voice on milwaukee radio is silent this morning after eric von suddenly passes away. a look back at his life --- coming up. plus.. we are expecting new developments today in the slenderman stabbing case. what's happening today as one of the suspects heads to court. good morning and welcome back to wakeup! weather forecast from fox6 chief meteorologist rob haswell we start out with some sunshine today but as an area of high pressure moves farther to the east, we will see more clouds roll in ahead of an approaching low pressure system. we can expect some rain later today and tonight with a chance for thunder. that will linger into early saturday but we clear out nicely by saturday afternoon as high pressure builds over us again. cooler air takes over for the weekend with highs in the low 70s but we do bounce back to the upper 70s monday. chilly air arrives by midweek with highs slipping into the 60s. weekend with highs in the low
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arrives by midweek with highs slipping into the 60s. chilly air arrives by midweek with highs slipping into the 60s. anchor adlibs traffic red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays this morning milwaukee police investigating a pair of overnight shootings. police say a man was shot in his car near 51st and hampton late last night. we're told he was sitting in the car... when some people came up to it and began shooting. the victim is expected to survive. no arrests have been made at this time. and police are also looking for suspects after a shooting near palmer and burleigh overnight. investigators say the suspect allegedly knocked on the victim's door....and when the man opened the door - the suspect shot him. he was taken to the hospital and is
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a longtime milwaukee radio personality has died. eric von was a well known voice on w-n- o-v 860. julie collins joins us live outside the radio station where he worked with a look back at his life. many mourning the loss of eric von boardley most commonly known as eric von. a representative for the radio station thursday evening. von is a veteran of more than 25 years in the radio industry, starting his career as a d-j, then, moving into news as an anchor and reporter. he served as the business manager for radio one in washington, d.c....was a regular panelist on wisconsin public televisions...and most recently has hosted 'the eric von show' weekdays from 7:00 a.m. until 9:00 a.m on w-n-o-v. on his show this morning a regualr fill
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of his many guests in a tribute to vons radio career. charles green has worked with von and says his death is a big loss to the community. "we go on in the name of eric von, that's what he would want, his legacy to go on, for us to continue, his jokes, and everything we would continue to do. " von was just 58 year old. fox6 sends our condolences to von's family and the staff at w-n-o-v. von's family and the staff at w-n-o-v. looking ahead --- one of the girls accused in the slenderman stabbing case expected to enter a plea in court this morning. angelica is in the newsroom with details. anissa weier" is set to appear in a waukesha county court later today. morgan geyser and weier are accused of trying to kill a classmate more than two years ago when they were twelve. they told police they did it to please the fictional character slenderman.
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to a mental disease or defect. weier's hearing is scheduled to take place at 8-30 this morning. following a pair of breaking stories from over seas... first --- several countries are condemning north korea after it claims to have conducted a test of a nuclear warhead. neighboring countries can't confirm if it was actually a nuclear bomb... but they were able to detect a powerful explosion. the japan meteorological agency detected tremors in north korea. north korean latest test is in retaliation to recent sanctions by western nations. the white house says president obama has been briefed on the matter. it's the fifth test pyongyang has carried out since 2006. also breaking --- a train derailment in spain kills at least four people --- injuring nearly fifty other. the train was traveling to portugal when it fell of the track in the northwestern region of spain. the train was carrying roughly 60 passengers. an investigation into what caused the crash is now underway.
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at saint john's lutheran school in mayville. this -- after flooding canceled classes yesterday. the principal says there was about a half-inch of water on the lower level from wednesday's storms. there's no estimate yet on the clean-up costs. but the principal says she may apply for grants if the school can't afford the bills. a former teacher at brookfield central high school is accused of stealing thousands of dollars from money raised for student activities. 53-year old phillip olson was fired from the school in april of last year after more than 23 years on the charged him with theft... claiming he embezzled tens of thousands of dollars. it was money that was supposed to go to the choir. instead, olson allegedly used the funds to purchase electronics, meals... and even a gravesite. police say he owes the school account 47-thousand dollars. the missing witness who delayed an arson murder trial has been found. officials say they are holding him in the milwaukee county jail on unrelated charges. he was scheduled to be in court on wednesday for the trial of michael morgan -- but never showed up. morgan is accused of setting a
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killing two young children last october. the trial is set to resume monday. happening now --- the blood center of wisconsin is holding a special event today to mark 15 years since the september 11th attacks. the blood center is urging people to thank first responders by making an appointment to donate blood - just like many did in the after of the attacks. local police officers and firefighters will be on hand to take calls this morning from now until 10 a-m. donors who make and keep an appointment to give blood will also get a on wake up at eight --- our brian kramp will be live at todays blood drive. a movie start taking on t-v. ahead on wake up -- the show meryl streep is set to star in. and netflix is taking on another murder mystery. "did you kill meredith kercher? no. where you there that night? no. do you know anything you not told
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up a preview of the new documentary on the amanda knox trial. and later --- super bowl rematch. the n-f-l season kicked off last night --- highlights from the bronco - panthers game coming up at 7-30. and carl learning about native american history --- he's live at the indian summer festival.
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you are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. forecast from fox6 chief meteorologist rob haswell we start out with some sunshine today but as an area of high pressure moves farther to the east, we will see more clouds roll in ahead of an approaching low pressure system. we can expect some rain later today and tonight with a chance for thunder. that will linger into early saturday but we clear out nicely by saturday afternoon as high pressure builds over us again. cooler air takes over for the weekend with upper 70s monday. chilly air arrives by midweek with highs slipping into the 60s.ck adlibsn traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no
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up -- with changes coming to 94 and the zoo interchange. mark klipstein with the d-o-t joins us to talk about everything that's going to impact your commute. zoo interchange project there will be an extended overnight closure of i-41 south set girders for for the i-94 east to i-41 north system ramp over i-41 south. the closure will begin at 10pm and is scheduled to re-open by 6am on sunday 9/11. i-41 south to i41/894 south: exit at bluemound road, west on
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i-41 south to i41/894 south: exit at bluemound road, west on bluemound to wis 100, south on wis 100 to wis 100 entrance ramp to i-94 east, exit at i- 41/894 south. i-41 south to i-94 east: ramp will be open i-41 south to i-94 west: ramp will be open monday,
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street - 11pm - 4:30am traffic switch wednesday, september 14 -i-41/894 north full closure at greenfield avenue - 11pm - 4:30am thursday, september 15 -i-41/894 north to i-94 west system ramp closure - 10pm - 5am county f to county p project in waukesha county: friday, september 16 after a stage switch overnight thursday, the county f interchange ramps will reopen but for right turns at county f only. season quite yet here in milwaukee. indian summer takes over the grounds this weekend. that's where we find carl, where they are also celebrating
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meteorologist rob haswell we start out with some sunshine today but as an area of high pressure moves
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more clouds roll in ahead of an approaching low pressure system. we can expect some rain later today and tonight with a chance for thunder. that will linger into early saturday but
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builds over us again. cooler air takes over for the weekend with highs in the low 70s but we do bounce back to the upper 70s monday. chilly air arrives by midweek with highs slipping into the 60s. today: morning sun the more afternoon clouds. rain and a chance for thunderstorms late pm. wind: se 5-15 mph tonight: rain and a chance of thunderstorms. low: 66 dewpoint: 69 wind: w/nw 3-7 mph saturday: morning showers then more sunshine. high: 72 dewpoint: 61 wind: nw 15-25 mph sunday: mostly sunny. am low: 48 high: 74 dewpoint: 52 wind: s 5-10 mph monday: increasingly cloudy with showers returning overnight. am low: 56 high: 78 dewpoint: 58 wind: sw 5-10 mph tuesday: mostly cloudy with showers and a chance for thunderstorms. am low: 60 high: 74 dewpoint: 58 wind: nw 5-10 mph wednesday:partly sunny. am low: 51 high: 68 dewpoint: 51 wind: ene-10 mph forecast from fox6 i meteorologistohaswell we start out witho sunshine day but as an area of high essure moves fah to the east, we will see more ouds ll
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tonight with ahance for under. that will linger into early saturday but we clear out nicely by saturday afternoon as high pressure builds over us ain. coea takes over fore weeker rives by midweek with highs slipping into the 60s. today: morning sun theore afternoon ouds. raia a chance for underste 5-15 mph tonight: rain and a chance of thundersrms. low:66doh h72 wn5-2 d stly naohig: ptnd:reay sers rrat wih s adcehunormo 74oin wi5-1nh time to find out who's turning x.... big happy birthday to iya the park and reading.rs a grea e likes otball, basketball and video games. zariya is happy to be turning e big oh six today. e lesinging, playing with wake up durand! it's your birthday! he likes building gosh siis. it's time for sarah tcelebrate a rtles and dancing.ere's six can
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welcome back to wakeup! time now 7:xx we start out with some sun but more clouds this afternoon and rain now with highs near 80. our chance for storms next. "there are stories about what happened. it's true all of it. closing out this year's fish fry and flick series..."star wars the force awakens!" the outdoor event takes place at
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and starts at 5. the movie starts at dusk. movie star meryl streep is heading to the small screen. deadline reports the three-time academy award winner will star in and produce an adaptation of "the nix," based on the bestselling novel. the hollywood reporter says j-j abrams will executive produce the series alongside the novel's author, nathan hill. we now know who will play the bad guy in the upcoming batman movie starting ben affleck. the president of d-c entertainment confirms -- "magic mike" and "true play "slade wilson," better known as the assassin "death stroke." right now d-c films has not set a release date for the standalone "batman" movie but it could come, as early as, 20-18. netflix is raising eyebrows with two riveting trailers for its new documentary on a murder mystery. "suddenly i found myself tossed into this dark place... i was so scared. i
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the latest netflix documentary takes a look at the "amanda knox" murder trail. the "believe her" and "suspect her" trailers for the film dives into the media-obsessed case of the american student accused of murdering her roommate while studying abroad in italy in 2007. knox was convicted of the crime -- served years in jail -- and then was ultimately acquitted by an italian court. the "amanda knox" documentary premieres tonight at the toronto film festival... you can watch it on netflix -- earlier this week we told you the nextflix hit "stranger things" is coming back for a second season. but if you can't wait take a look at this video. "stranger pugs" is taking over online. staring the internet sensation "doug the pug" dressing up as characters from the supernatural thriller. the t-v show follows the disappearance of a young boy and a telekinetic girl who helps friends with the search. netflix says the second season
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water? ahead why milwaukee's mayor is urging thousands of homeowners to get a filter before drinking tap water. luzader says "..some early voting begins today in the race for the white house. and for donald trump and hillary clinton -- those swing states seem to be getting closer and closer. i'm doug luzader in washington. we'll have more on all of that coming up. thanks for staying with wakeup.. kim, nicole and angelica adlib toss to wx we start out with some sunshine today but as an area of high pressure moves farther to the east, we will see more clouds roll in ahead of an approaching low pressure system. we can expect some rain later today and tonight with a chance for thunder. that will linger into early saturday but we clear out nicely by saturday afternoon as high pressure builds over
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for the weekend with highs in the low 70s but we do bounce back to the upper 70s monday. chilly air arrives by midweek with highs slipping into the 60s. today: morning sun the more afternoon clouds. rain and a chance for thunderstorms late pm. high: 80 dewpoint: 67 wind: se 5-15 mph tonight: rain and a chance of thunderstorms. low: 66 dewpoint: 69 wind: w/nw 3-7 mph anchor adlibs traffic red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no
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along -- a milwaukee radio host, eric von, died yesterday. let's turn to julie collins live from the w-n-o-v radio station where von most recently worked - julie? many of his colleages calling this a huge loss not only for the radio station but the entire community particularly the african-american von was a radio host for 25 years. he served as the business manager for radio one in washington, d.c....was a regular panelist on wisconsin public televisions...and most recently has hosted 'the eric von show' weekdays from 7:00 a.m. until 9:00 a.m on w-n-o-v. he was an influential figure in milwaukee's black community -- starting the online publication brain brawn & body, a health and
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the health of african american men and their families. "he's a joy, he's a walking encyclopedia he knows all the things that's going on in our community its a great loss that's he's gone on. " reporting live from the w-n-o-v radio station - i'm julie collins. fox 6 news. water worries! milwaukee's mayor is strongly suggesting
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mayor tom barrett says homes built before 1951 have lead lateral pipes that run from the street. that's 70-thousand homes. the long-term fix is to replace all the lead pipes, but that will cost at least half-billion dollars. the mayor's announcement came as a shock because the city had previously only suggested that people buy filters. i said that i strongly advise people to use filters, which is something i do do, particularly for families the mayor says milwaukee's lead issue is not getting worse. he says he wants people to buy filters after hearing from a well-regarded scientist that they are 100 percent effective when working properly. nearly two dozen high school runners are recovering this morning after suffering from heat exhaustion during a cross country meet. hartland fire says they ended up taking 4 runners to the hospital for heat related illnesses as a precaution. more than one thousand runners from roughly 25 schools were competing. emergency crews say, they at first were overwhelmed, so they called in extra help from surrounding
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needed some assistance. a lot of weakness, some vomiting. some legs that were elike jelly so we just assisted them and administered water, and got them on their feet again and got them moving. i saw someone pass out. i saw someone sprint into a metal pole. officials say none of the runners suffered serious illnesses, and all of the races were able to be finished. we are learning new information about a tragic high school police say a four teen year old girl shot and injured another female student at alpine high-- before she turning the gun on herself. a u-s homeland security officer is also recovering from a gunshot wound after he was accidentally shot in the leg by another responding officer. investigators are trying to figure out why the teen brought the gun to school and opened fire. believe it or not, some voting begins today in the race for the white house. this as new polls show the contest getting closer between hillary
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from washington. ultimately, thirty seven states will allow early voting before election day on november 8th, and for one state it begins today. pkg nats hillary clinton trying to rev up a crowd yesterday on the campaign trail, but it was the location that was telling: north carolina. clinton: 13:02:21 get out and vote and make clear we're not and north carolina can get out and vote starting today, with voters allowed to submit absentee ballots for any reason. with other states soon to follow suit, it means clinton and donald trump need to start locking down support. trump: "that's money coming striaght out of states like ohio..." not a surprise that trump was in ohio yesterday, with plans to hit florida later today. a new swing state poll shows florida, north carolina, ohio and pennsylvania all within the margin of error. york: "what you see on the
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because for trump to win, he's going to have to win all of the states that mitt romney won and on top of that, he's going to have to win pennsylvania, florida and ohio, so unless those states work out for him, he's not going to win." and then there is libertarian candidate gary johnson with a major stumble.. johnson: "what would you do if you were elected about aleppo. and what is aleppo? you're kidding. no." johnson couldn't identify a critical city now at the heart of the conflict in media hand-wringing that followed, the new york times actually had to issue two corrections of its own as it sought to correct johnson -- after first calling aleppo the defacto capital of the islamic state -- it's not, and then mistakenly referring to it as the capital
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of syria. luzader tag police officers are threatening to boycott and not work this weekends san francisco 49ers games. and a decision could be make on a controversial oil pipeline. angelica is here with a look across america. a u-s district court ruling is expected today to determine if construction will continue on the pipeline project in several midwest states. the construction prompting heated protests. north dakota's governor has called in the national guard to help points. the protesters are mostly made up of native americans...who say the pipeline could damage tribal lands and river water resources. protests are taking place across the midwest...including iowa and nebraska. and in california --- the santa clara police officer's association is encouraging its officers to work this weekends san francisco 49ers home games despite statements by quarterback colin kaepernick. the football player has been refusing to stand for the
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about 70 officers from the department work at each 49ers game and are paid as stadium security --- but some are threatening to boycott the game because of kaepernick. the police union is telling officers, if not enough people volunteer to work the games, they can order officers to do so. police have also invited kaepernick to ride along with them. it was a super bowl rematch last night in denver as the n-f-l kicks off the regular season. freshly retired quarterback peyton manning bringing out the lombardi trophy for the fans. just like last february, the panthers still cannot beat the broncos. denver's dominant defense came up big against cam newton. the panthers looked like they could avenge their super bowl loss but they missed a 50-yard field goal with four seconds left. the broncos escaped with a 21-20 victory. the packers and jaguars kick off this sunday... right here on fox six at noon. the giants and cowboys will follow... and of course, be sure
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blitz at 10:35 sunday night... for a full wrap up of the first week of games. a piece of hollywood history going up on the auction block. just how much you'll have to pay to get a dress owned by marilyn monroe. plus, a new movie making a splash this weekend at the box office. "may day may day may day. this is cactus 1549. hit birds. we've lost thrust in both engines we are turning back towards laguardia." and going beyond the headlines --- a closer look at the miracle on the hudson and the new movie "sully." and carl has a preview of the
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russ feingold: so, what do you girls want to be when you grow up? girl 1: i want to be an astronomer. girl 2: i want to be a doctor! russ feingold: do you think you should be paid the same as boys? girl 1: definitely. girl 2: yep!
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and so do i. unfortunately, in wisconsin, a lot of women make less than men doing the same job. i'll work for equal pay for women, and for paid leave so parents can care for a sick family member. discrimination against any women is flat out wrong. what you think of that? girls: good call! feingold: i'm russ feingold
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you are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. we start out with some sunshine today but as an area of high pressure moves farther to the east, we will see more clouds roll in ahead of an approaching low pressure system. we can expect some rain later today and tonight with a chance for thunder. that will linger into early saturday but we clear out nicely by saturday afternoon as high pressure builds over us again. cooler air takes over for the weekend with highs in the low 70s but we do bounce back to the upper 70s
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into the 60s. today: morning sun the more afternoon clouds. rain and a chance for thunderstorms late pm. high: 80 dewpoint: 67 wind: se 5-15 mph tonight: rain and a chance of thunderstorms. low: 66 dewpoint: 69 wind: w/nw 3-7 mph dick adlibs traffic red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays indian summer festival is celebrating its 30th year in milwaukee. all the excitement starts today, so here's carl with more from
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we start out with some sunshine today but as an area of high pressure moves farther to the east, we will see more clouds roll in ahead of an approaching low pressure system. we can expect some rain later today and tonight with a chance for thunder. that will linger into early saturday but we clear out nicely by saturday
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builds over us again. cooler air takes over for the weekend with highs in the low 70s but we do bounce back to the upper 70s monday. chilly air arrives by midweek with highs slipping into the 60s. today: morning sun the more afternoon clouds. rain and a chance for thunderstorms late pm. high: 80 dewpoint: 67 wind: rain and a chance of thunderstorms. low: 66 dewpoint: 69 wind: w/nw 3-7 mph we start out with some sunshine today but as an area of high pressure moves farther to the east, we will see more clouds roll in ahead of an approaching
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tonight with a chance for thunder. that will linger into early saturday but we clear out nicely by saturday afternoon as high pressure builds over us again. cooler air takes over for the weekend with highs in the low 70s but we do bounce back to the upper 70s midweek with highs slipping into the 60s. today: morning sun the more afternoon clouds. rain and a chance for thunderstorms late pm. high: 80 dewpoint: 67 wind: se 5-15 mph tonight: rain and a chance of thunderstorms. low: 66 dewpoint: 69 wind: w/nw
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meteorologist? we are always looking for fox6 future forecasters to joins us here on friday mornings. you have to be 6 to 12-years-old to enter. go to fox6now.com for details. you can now own a piece of history. an iconic dress worn by marilyn monroe is up on the auction block. it's the gown she wore when preforming her sultry rendition of "happy birthday" for president kennedy in dress was designed by jean louis -- and will be up for sale on november 17th in los angeles. julien's auction house says the dress is expected to go for three-million dollars. more than seven years after the so- called "miracle on the hudson"... the untold story behind the emergency water landing comes to the big screen. tom hanks' latest starring role finds him in the pilot's seat as captain sullenberger. rick damigella has a preview of
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takeoff." "cactus 1549 clear for takeoff." nat throttle up "i never get over how beautiful it is up here." tom hanks finds himself in familiar territory, taking on a role based on a true story, this time as captain sully sullenberger in "sully." nat "may day may day may day. this is cactus 1549. hit birds. we've lost thrust in both engines we are turning back towards laguardia." while the "miracle on the hudson" sets delves deeper into the story of what happened to captain sullenberger after the event. "today we begin our investigation on the crash of us airways flight 1549." "this was not a crash, this was dual engine loss at a lower alitude than any jet in history." "this entire film is really a story that no one knows. it's what happened after we landed and everyone survived. when the investigation had to take place to verify that we did everything right." "no one has ever trained for an incident like that." "sully" marks the
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and tom hanks. "tom's a terrific actor, i've never worked with him but i think he's got the same kind of quiet presence that sully had. he's able to act in that zone." hanks considers sullenberger to be a hero not for the "miracle on the hudson" but for just doing his job. "he walks on the plane when everything is perfect, and says "i'll get you there." and then, he takes that responsibility and still instinctively in 30 seconds determine "brace for impact." in hollywood, i'm rick damigella. coming up on wake up at eight. the cooking mom is here with some game day food ideas for this weekends packers game! the f-a-a is warning travelers not to bring a popular smartphone on board. the reason why coming up at eight. but next on wake up -- this little baseball fan is an internet sensation this morning after video of her eating cotton candy is posted online.
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time now 4:xx you're taking a time now 4:xx you're taking a live look outside this morning.. we start out with some sun but more clouds this afternoon and rain later today and tonight. right now with highs near 80. our
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boy will now be able to fly for free for the rest of his life. that's because he was born on a plane. the mother was on her way to niger from tripoli when she went into labor and the flight's crew cabin helped her deliver the baby. they even named him after the plane's captain! nothing makes a parent happier than a sign that they're raising their kids right. take a look. heather nelson and her 5-year-old son, royce, were running late to
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their hurry, royce suddenly stopped and bowed his head. a nearby officer pointed out to her that he was acknowledging the pledge of allegiance. nelson snapped this photo and posted it on facebook.-- and of course has gone viral. it's a sweet story that's taking the internet by storm! meet "cotton candy girl" three-year-old beatrix hart was at a seattle mariners game this weekend when the jumbotron captured this amazing moment. the cameras came back again and again covered in cotton candy. the mariners posted the clip on facebook with the caption "somebody isnt going to sleep tonight" and the video went viral. but the sugar high didn't last long ---- beatrix was fast asleep right when
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the average age of a homeless person is 9 years old. my dream is to help kids living on the streets with education. charles what's up man? -whoa! how can we help? -ah man! wait, is that a basketball player? yes! -wow! my heart's about to jump out my chest man. charles you ought to be proud man. i'm just extremely grateful they were here giving them some encouragement- that's something that these kids are going to remember for a lifetime. did you see his big old feet? look.
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remembering a milwaukee radio icon this morning. we're taking a look back on the life of eric von. good morning and welcome back to wakeup.. time now x:xx adlib weather forecast we start

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